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 SKY Makes Agreement for Airbus FHS-Components Service

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SKY, a low-cost airline of Chilean origin, has signed a contract for Airbus "FHS-Components" flight hours services for its entire A320 Family fleet.

 

Airbus will be responsible for the daily management and maintenance of the airline's components, including inventory management at SKY's main bases in Santiago and Lima, as well as component maintenance and engineering services. The agreement also includes the presence of Airbus FHS representatives in both cities, in addition to logistics and warehousing.

 

"This agreement will make it possible to have at our disposal, in a quick and timely manner, the parts and components necessary to carry out the maintenance tasks of our fleet. This, in addition to the engineering support we have already received to continue to efficiently develop our flight operations. Both in Chile and Peru," said José Raúl Vargas, Head of Operations at SKY Chile and General Manager at SKY Peru.

 

"We are very proud that SKY has relied on our FHS-Components service and signed a long-term agreement with Airbus. SKY will benefit from guaranteed parts availability and guarantee its operations while having budgetary control”, said Yohan Closs, Airbus' Head of Customer Services for Latin America and the Caribbean.

 

Airbus FHS is enjoying growing success around the world, with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean, as evidenced by the number of recent contracts with international airlines. The company offers fully integrated component services that help improve the operational reliability and performance of airline fleets, while maximizing flight hours.

 

SKY has been an Airbus customer since 2010 and became a full Airbus operator in 2013. In 2021, the company took delivery of its first A321neo, becoming the first Chilean airline to operate this aircraft.

 

In Latin America and the Caribbean, Airbus has sold more than 1,100 aircraft and has a backlog of more than 500 orders, with around 700 in operation across the region, representing almost 60% of the fleet's market share in service. Since 1994, Airbus has secured approximately 70% of net orders in the region.




 

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